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'[EE]: source for dip-clips with wires?'
2003\02\24@085538 by Wouter van Ooijen

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Does anyone know a source for DIP clips with wires attached? I am
looking for a way to connect my programmer to a target chip, whithout
having to do solder work on a DIP clip.

Wouter van Ooijen

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2003\02\24@095911 by Spehro Pefhany

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At 02:55 PM 2/24/2003 +0100, you wrote:
>Does anyone know a source for DIP clips with wires attached? I am
>looking for a way to connect my programmer to a target chip, whithout
>having to do solder work on a DIP clip.

Wouldn't it be better to use female wire-to-socket connectors?

So if the clip or wires get damaged, they can easily be repaired.

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2003\02\24@100532 by Tony Baia

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Hi Wouter

Can't say I know of a source for what you are looking for
specifically, but I do remember sometime back seeing a
clip that would attach to a DIP package with probes /
hardwire terminals coming out the top that would
allow you to attach scope / logic analyser probes to it.

Maybe you can search some scope / logic analyser supplier sites.

If you find them them, then with a little wire and solder you will have
what you are looking for.

Sorry that I could not be of more assistance.

> Does anyone know a source for DIP clips with wires attached? I am
> looking for a way to connect my programmer to a target chip, whithout
> having to do solder work on a DIP clip.
>
> Wouter van Ooijen
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2003\02\24@101713 by Wouter van Ooijen

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> Wouldn't it be better to use female wire-to-socket connectors?
> So if the clip or wires get damaged, they can easily be repaired.

You mean the female equivalent of flatcable DIP connectors? I have never
seen those, they would not do what I want: I want to attach to an chip
in a circuit. The chip might be soldered, so an 'in-between' is not
always possible.

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2003\02\24@101715 by Wouter van Ooijen

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> Can't say I know of a source for what you are looking for
> specifically, but I do remember sometime back seeing a
> clip that would attach to a DIP package with probes /
> hardwire terminals coming out the top that would
> allow you to attach scope / logic analyser probes to it.

> If you find them them, then with a little wire and solder you
> will have what you are looking for.

You mean a DIP clip? That is what I am using right now (see attached
jpg), works OK but it is a bit flimsy. I would like to avoid the
soldering part and have something more robuust.

Wouter van Ooijen

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2003\02\24@105409 by Spehro Pefhany

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At 04:16 PM 2/24/2003 +0100, you wrote:
> > Wouldn't it be better to use female wire-to-socket connectors?
> > So if the clip or wires get damaged, they can easily be repaired.
>
>You mean the female equivalent of flatcable DIP connectors? I have never
>seen those, they would not do what I want: I want to attach to an chip
>in a circuit. The chip might be soldered, so an 'in-between' is not
>always possible.

The usual test clips are available with connector-compatible pin headers
at the top, onto which you should be able to plug Molex "KK" series
female terminal housings with individual crimp wire contacts. Then you can
use nice AWG26 or AWG28 wires for long life with flexing etc.

http://www.probemaster.com/smdprobe.htm

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2003\02\24@105416 by Tony Baia

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> You mean a DIP clip?

Yep that's the one ;)

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2003\02\24@110851 by SM Ling

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> You mean a DIP clip? That is what I am using right now (see attached
> jpg), works OK but it is a bit flimsy. I would like to avoid the
> soldering part and have something more robuust.

You could connect a crimped 0.1 socket to the dip-clip instead of soldering
them.  Something like RS stock no: 296-5022 for 10 way (molex stock no is 22
01 2105) .  Crimping tool is needed, and their price varies a lot.  If might
be able to get some of free ribbon-cable with IDC to fix-in.

Ling SM

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2003\02\24@151131 by Peter L. Peres

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On Mon, 24 Feb 2003, Wouter van Ooijen wrote:

*>Does anyone know a source for DIP clips with wires attached? I am
*>looking for a way to connect my programmer to a target chip, whithout
*>having to do solder work on a DIP clip.

There are dip clips with I tops to hook a scope cable to. You can solder
wires to them. I have two but there is nothing written on them. They used
to be very common during LSI/MSI logic days ?

Peter

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2003\02\24@171124 by Peter L. Peres

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There is the method of the stacked offset board. This works if your chip
is on a socket. Basically it's a 'pin protector' but there is a small
board between the female and male sockets and the flatcable is connected
to the board. Would this help ?

Peter

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2003\02\25@040525 by Wouter van Ooijen

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> There is the method of the stacked offset board. This works
> if your chip
> is on a socket. Basically it's a 'pin protector' but there is a small
> board between the female and male sockets and the flatcable
> is connected
> to the board. Would this help ?

Only sometimes. As you imply it does not work when the chip is soldered.

Wouter van Ooijen

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